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Paul Saevig on August 5, 2017 at 12:46 PM said:

For Lowell Baker, 66, who writes:

Well, as a native Californian, I never thought I would wind up in Idaho where my father came from as a child. Happy about that seeing how things are in Cali today. I grew up in Fullerton, a wonderful place and time. My jobs ranged from being a bus driver, where I met my wife, to working for 7Up, to doing 40+ years of striping (professionally painting stripes) with 22 years as a contractor. I went to Europe at age 18 and to Israel at age 26. I was a master counselor in DeMolay, and Ive been married for 46 years to the bride of my youth, Arlene, who was a SHHS who used to ride my bus to and from school. My hobbies are photography, history and archeology. Ancient history tells us we have not been here long. I’m a strong Christian, too. I believe in spending my life helping others, and enjoying life. After surviving four strokes and major open heart surgery, I am thankful for every sunrise that comes into the cabin in Idaho where Arlene and I live. Our kids are married and have wonderful sons. Life is good! It’s been hard sometimes, but still good. [and Lowell leave an emoticon with huge smile.]
Richard Kaufman, ‘67 on August 5, 2017 at 12:01 PM said:

Chicago born and California raised. Since retiring from teaching, I have been traveling throughout California with my wife collecting gems and minerals as well as collecting fountain pens. Daughter and grandson reside in Monterey so that is one of our frequent trips.
Paul Saevig, ‘67 on August 5, 2017 at 11:01 AM said:

Former advertising writer, medical writer (breast cancer project), speech pathologist, technical and marketing writer (business computer industry), speech writer, free lance writer, fiction writer. Most of my career was in Los Angeles, especially West Side.

Born 7-28-49 in Santa Ana, CA. Attended UCLA and Cal State Fullerton.

Divorced, no children. Live in Tustin, CA.

Enjoy reading, writing, editing and writing The SPOON, sports, movies especially old movies, visiting friends, occasional regional travel.

One of my favorite quotations is:

“No matter how much cats fight, there always seem to be plenty of kittens.” - Abraham Lincoln

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